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Seem to be having an issue. Every time I restore a nandroid, I can't backup files with tibu and also have problems deleting files with file managers. I try the SD fix but it says I already am able to write to SD. Please any help would be appreciated,
 
 
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Seem to be having an issue. Every time I restore a nandroid, I can't backup files with tibu and also have problems deleting files with file managers. I try the SD fix but it says I already am able to write to SD. Please any help would be appreciated,

long story short u will need to factory reset but do NOT restore...instead use titanium backup to restore apps from within the nandroid u made but see the link below for more details

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...t2817100/page8
^FILE FIX (see post #80...it describes the issue plus a few fixes)
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If you are having trouble with internal memory try using terminal emulator
type su
press enter
then type restorecon -v -R /data/media
press enter
and see if you can write to internal and/or external
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If you are having trouble with internal memory try using terminal emulator
type su
press enter
then type restorecon -v -R /data/media
press enter
and see if you can write to internal and/or external

You're my savior! Spent several hours looking for solution and your guide helped me. After restoring my nandroid backup, I've got write protection to internal SD card. Now everything is fine.

Thanks again!
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You're my savior! Spent several hours looking for solution and your guide helped me. After restoring my nandroid backup, I've got write protection to internal SD card. Now everything is fine.

Thanks again!

Awesome glad that worked for you!

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